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Arts & Crafts
with Heather Emerson, Central Lincoln County Adult Education
Tired of paying crazy expensive prices for candles? Are you looking for a great gift giving idea? Come learn how to make handmade candles, made with non-toxic soy wax and scented with all natural essential oils.
Each participant will receive 2 pounds of soy wax, wicks, a variety of scents and containers to choose from, and be able to take their creations home that night, to give away or keep themselves. Prcie includes a $10 materials fee.
Heather Emerson is a co-owner of Emerson Homestead in Waldoboro, and has a menagerie of goats and poultry. Emerson Homestead makes and sells handcrafted soaps, lotions, scrubs and soy candles, as well as a number of home decorative items.
Riveted Luggage Tags and Purse Charms
with Art Night Out, Biddeford Adult Education
Come release stress with Art Night Out. In this class, we will hammer, rivet and personalize leather pieces to create one of a kind charms or tags for your purse or luggage. Let’s have fun and get creative with leather. Makes 4 leather tags.
1950's Bakers Basket
with Martha Chessie, Noble Adult & Community Education
This wonderful reproduction basket was used to transport breads, but using as a garden basket would be great! This basket uses a low “D” handle and measures approx. 15”×25”. Supply list for class: Mop size bucket, spring type clothespins, tape measure, sturdy scissors, pencil, jack knife, spray bottle.
Materials fee: $18 payable to instructor at class.
with Patricia Sevigny-Higgins, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
This class is a continuum from a beginner Watercolor class. We will briefly go over the basic watercolor techniques as well as basic color mixing. The majority of the class is to continue and work with the basic techniques as well as add some new ones to our tool box.
Those who want to work in a more representational manner, will work on light and creating form in their pieces. Those who are interested in a more exploratory abstract/semi-abstract style, are welcome as well. The goal is to create two to three pieces if possible.
Please bring in all watercolor supplies you work with as well as a good quality watercolor paper. I highly suggest a 300lb hot press and or cold press paper. Blocks seem to be more popular, however cut sheets work as well. Painters tape and a good board surface if you are working with cut paper is essential. Bring in subject matter that is interesting to you. More the better!! If you like to work from life, bring in your subject matter to work from.
No class April 22nd
Cricut/Uploading Images 4/16
with Shelly Maguire, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Learn to upload JPEG/PNG files into your Design Space in order to convert any image into a file for cutting. This class is a must for all your Cricut ideas!!!
Pebble Flower Art
with Sarah Holden Remick, Kittery Adult Education
You will make pebble flower art, mounted onto wooden boards, making beautiful rustic décor or truly unique and personalized gifts.
Thursday, April 16, 6-7:30 p.m.
Course Fee: $22
Material Fee: $10, payable to instructor at class
Sharpening Woodworking Tools (April)
with Rick Gallion, Central Lincoln County Adult Education
The first thing to learn about woodworking is sharpening the tools you will be using. In this course you will learn to sharpen bench chisels, plane irons, card scrapers, cabinet scrapers and marking knives. .
Instructor Rick Gallion has been a professional woodworker for over thirty years and has taught many students the craft of woodworking. His shop is designed as a teaching facility. All classes will be held at the Clary Lake Woodworking School at 777 Gardiner Road (Hwy 126), Jefferson. Class size is limited. Safety glasses provided for each class.
What About the Photos?
with Ann Sargent, Ellsworth Adult Education
Now that photos are digital no one prints them out anymore. Learn the very basics about how to transfer photos from your camera or phone to your computer, how to access them on your computer and send them to friends and family and/or to be printed. All computers and devices are different, so this workshop will share the general processes. Basic computer skills, including hardware and software basics as well as email are required for this workshop. At the first session you’ll learn what hardware, if any, you should bring to the second session if you want to do some hands on work (computer, camera or other photo device, connecting cords, and thumb drive are all helpful). No class 04/24/20; makeup class (if needed) 05/08/20.